This program is offered through Globalinks at the university of Economics, Prague.
Founded in 1919, the University of Economics, Prague (Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze) is the leading university in the field of management and economics in the Czech Republic. In fact, it was recently awarded as the best business school in Central and Eastern Europe. The university has 6 academic departments: the Faculties of Finance and Accounting, International Relations, Business Administration, Informatics and Statistics, Economics and Public Administration, and Management.
The Central and East European Studies Program (CESP) is a self-financed extension program offered through the University of Economics, Prague (VŠE). All courses have been fully accredited after scrutiny and review by the Academic Accreditation Committee of VŠE. A VŠE transcript with credits and grades is issued upon successful completion of the program.
The CESP is a one- or two-semester program focusing on issues of Central and East European economies, societies and cultures. It is taught completely in English and its main goal is to review the past and to explore the present and future of developing economies, societies, politics, and languages of Central and East European countries.
Students of the program have the opportunity to register in several courses designed as a standard part of the University curriculum - from fields such as finance, computers, psychology, game theory, etc. This will improve the students’ general academic background and, simultaneously, make it possible for them to immerse themselves in the community of Czech students at the University of Economics in Prague.